Back to Gabriel Green. He brought his record to 4-0 and took home the Knockout Promotions welterweight championship after winning by a first-round rear naked choke (which also happened to be his first submission after a decision win and two TKO wins).
Saturday, August 22, 2015. Another night of fights by Knockout Promotions and back on the winning track. We were supposed to have 4 guys fighting, but ended up with 3 due to illness. Long Tran and Henry Campanur were both making their amateur debuts, while Gabriel Green was trying to increase his record to 4-0 and fighting for the promotion’s Welterweight title.
I’ve been super busy so this post is really late, but I wanted to get it in before I corner tonight xD
So my birthday was on Friday the 14th. I decided to get one last roll in on Thursday night at the advanced open mat at 10th Planet Costa Mesa. This led to some good and bad news xP…
The good news: I was there to witness Andy Balmore’s brown belt promotion from Ron Turner and Casey Halstead after 12 years of training and fighting.
In Santa Ana again for the Subfighter Summer No Gi Jiu Jitsu Challenge. Didn’t get as many pictures as I hoped since we had 19 guys competing and Tracy and I were running all over coaching. I think half our guys medaled and either our team or 10th Planet Costa Mesa took the team award (results still had to be tabulated when we left). Missed Dillashaw vs Barao for this tournament!